Premier of Newfoundland and Labrador, Dr. Andrew Furey, and wife Dr. Allison Furey, talk family, love, and keeping it real
When any Newfoundlander’s yarn begins “Well, we were on our way for a bit of Mary’s (Mary Browns Chicken) and on our way back we stopped at the Irving…” then you
Newfoundland and Labrador’s own Brad Gushue is proof that teamwork makes the dream work both on and off the ice
From small towns to curling’s biggest games, the power of teamwork, family, community and hard-work is undefeated, teases the set up for the YouTube series titled Sweeps and Stones: A
We are much diminished by the passing of Edward Roberts. He’s the smartest man I ever knew. We were not friends in the real sense of the word, but we kept company in some areas quite apart from news.
He actually had worked as summer relief in our newsroom when
NTV’s Legislative Reporter/Assistant News Director, Michael Connors is at home behind the anchor desk and inside the newsroom, but what’s the untold story once this esteemed journalist takes off the jacket and tie and calls it a day
If you think Michael Connors and his family talk politics around the
One of NL’s most celebrated celebrity chefs, Chef Todd Perrin, once again takes to “The Wall” to delightfully entertain and educate on Food Network’s Wall of Chefs
Chef Todd Perrin is well known in this province. As Executive Chef and Co-Owner of Mallard Cottage in Quidi Vidi Village, as well
COVID and its many variants has come with a cost both personally and beyond for so many, but one high-profile NLer believes that while COVID has so many negatives, it can be overcome
ewfoundland’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Janice Fitzgerald, warned that, at some point, COVID-19 would eventually impact all
COVID and its many variants have derailed many well-laid plans, but one high-profile NLer is testament to the fact that COVID can have a much more personal cost
That most people will eventually get COVID-19 was one of the messages the province’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Janice Fitzgerald, laid
With 80 years of living and an enviable career in the heat of things politically to bank on, former Port de Grave livyer Ray Andrews tells the tales that didn’t get away in his brilliant
tell-all, Something Fishy
Ray Andrews has led what most would consider an enviable life.
At this time of the rolling year some pundits put forward some notions on what the New Year might bring. It’s hope in vain if something is expected from me.
Two years into the COVID-19 pandemic and I swear to God I know less about what is going on then
In part one of our in-depth three part series, Jesse Stirling outlines his taxing battle with COVID-19
Many know Jesse Stirling as the face of NTV’s Meetings With Remarkable People. Grandson to the late, great Geoff Stirling, and son of the vivacious Judy Stirling and highly respected Newfoundland Broadcasting President
Taste and smell are very dramatic memory triggers. They can take you back to the past better than any photograph.
A few years ago, I brushed against a fur coat that was hanging in a closet. In an instant I was transported back to my childhood home and the soft
The author of Sick in Bed, Across Two Chairs, With My Feet Out Through the Window, shares his very personal battle with terminal illness while remaining positive
At 77 years of age, Grandpa Pike (real name Laurie Blackwood Pike), says he’s lived a good life. He’s an accomplished author with